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Peru, Almirante Grau, Ventanilla (Lima), 11 February 2016  FamilyChef: Sangrecita From Peru  Welcome to FamilyChef, the recipe series of the World Food Programme (WFP).   Iron-rich sangrecita, quick and easy to prepare, is ideal for anyone suffering from anaemia.   SARITA RIVERA, 41, lives with her four children in the settlement of Almirante Grau, in Ventanilla, Lima, Peru. Sarita works as a cook in a buffet restaurant and volunteers to help people in her community. Sarita is one of the winners of the contest organized by the World Food Programme and Cordon Bleu to promote affordable recipes to help combat anaemia. She created a “pimiento relleno”, a stuffed pepper dish whose main ingredient is "sangrecita" (iron-rich chicken blood). In her spare time Sarita likes to shop for cooking supplies and proudly cooks for the benefit of her family and her community, a skill she learned from her step-mother. Yet in moving to Ventanilla 20 years ago, she had to overcome significant challenges. “When I came for the first time, it was all just sand, there were no services.” She left behind a troubled family situation, fought for four months to obtain her plot of land, and moved with her children. At first, without water, sanitation and electricity, sand would constantly get mixed into her food. Today, she is proud to have her recipe published in “Recipes from Peru to combat anaemia” and her wish is to continue delighting people with her preparations.  Photo: WFP/Jorge Huaman
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Peru, Almirante Grau, Ventanilla (Lima), 11 February 2016  FamilyChef: Sangrecita From Peru  Welcome to FamilyChef, the recipe series of the World Food Programme (WFP).   Iron-rich sangrecita, quick and easy to prepare, is ideal for anyone suffering from anaemia.   SARITA RIVERA, 41, lives with her four children in the settlement of Almirante Grau, in Ventanilla, Lima, Peru. Sarita works as a cook in a buffet restaurant and volunteers to help people in her community. Sarita is one of the winners of the contest organized by the World Food Programme and Cordon Bleu to promote affordable recipes to help combat anaemia. She created a “pimiento relleno”, a stuffed pepper dish whose main ingredient is "sangrecita" (iron-rich chicken blood). In her spare time Sarita likes to shop for cooking supplies and proudly cooks for the benefit of her family and her community, a skill she learned from her step-mother. Yet in moving to Ventanilla 20 years ago, she had to overcome significant challenges. “When I came for the first time, it was all just sand, there were no services.” She left behind a troubled family situation, fought for four months to obtain her plot of land, and moved with her children. At first, without water, sanitation and electricity, sand would constantly get mixed into her food. Today, she is proud to have her recipe published in “Recipes from Peru to combat anaemia” and her wish is to continue delighting people with her preparations.  Photo: WFP/Jorge Huaman
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Peru, Almirante Grau, Ventanilla (Lima), 11 February 2016  FamilyChef: Sangrecita From Peru  Welcome to FamilyChef, the recipe series of the World Food Programme (WFP).   Iron-rich sangrecita, quick and easy to prepare, is ideal for anyone suffering from anaemia.   SARITA RIVERA, 41, lives with her four children in the settlement of Almirante Grau, in Ventanilla, Lima, Peru. Sarita works as a cook in a buffet restaurant and volunteers to help people in her community. Sarita is one of the winners of the contest organized by the World Food Programme and Cordon Bleu to promote affordable recipes to help combat anaemia. She created a “pimiento relleno”, a stuffed pepper dish whose main ingredient is "sangrecita" (iron-rich chicken blood). In her spare time Sarita likes to shop for cooking supplies and proudly cooks for the benefit of her family and her community, a skill she learned from her step-mother. Yet in moving to Ventanilla 20 years ago, she had to overcome significant challenges. “When I came for the first time, it was all just sand, there were no services.” She left behind a troubled family situation, fought for four months to obtain her plot of land, and moved with her children. At first, without water, sanitation and electricity, sand would constantly get mixed into her food. Today, she is proud to have her recipe published in “Recipes from Peru to combat anaemia” and her wish is to continue delighting people with her preparations.  Photo: WFP/Jorge Huaman
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Peru, Almirante Grau, Ventanilla (Lima), 11 February 2016  FamilyChef: Sangrecita From Peru  Welcome to FamilyChef, the recipe series of the World Food Programme (WFP).   Iron-rich sangrecita, quick and easy to prepare, is ideal for anyone suffering from anaemia.   SARITA RIVERA, 41, lives with her four children in the settlement of Almirante Grau, in Ventanilla, Lima, Peru. Sarita works as a cook in a buffet restaurant and volunteers to help people in her community. Sarita is one of the winners of the contest organized by the World Food Programme and Cordon Bleu to promote affordable recipes to help combat anaemia. She created a “pimiento relleno”, a stuffed pepper dish whose main ingredient is "sangrecita" (iron-rich chicken blood). In her spare time Sarita likes to shop for cooking supplies and proudly cooks for the benefit of her family and her community, a skill she learned from her step-mother. Yet in moving to Ventanilla 20 years ago, she had to overcome significant challenges. “When I came for the first time, it was all just sand, there were no services.” She left behind a troubled family situation, fought for four months to obtain her plot of land, and moved with her children. At first, without water, sanitation and electricity, sand would constantly get mixed into her food. Today, she is proud to have her recipe published in “Recipes from Peru to combat anaemia” and her wish is to continue delighting people with her preparations.  Photo: WFP/Jorge Huaman
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Peru, Almirante Grau, Ventanilla (Lima), 11 February 2016  FamilyChef: Sangrecita From Peru  Welcome to FamilyChef, the recipe series of the World Food Programme (WFP).   Iron-rich sangrecita, quick and easy to prepare, is ideal for anyone suffering from anaemia.   SARITA RIVERA, 41, lives with her four children in the settlement of Almirante Grau, in Ventanilla, Lima, Peru. Sarita works as a cook in a buffet restaurant and volunteers to help people in her community. Sarita is one of the winners of the contest organized by the World Food Programme and Cordon Bleu to promote affordable recipes to help combat anaemia. She created a “pimiento relleno”, a stuffed pepper dish whose main ingredient is "sangrecita" (iron-rich chicken blood). In her spare time Sarita likes to shop for cooking supplies and proudly cooks for the benefit of her family and her community, a skill she learned from her step-mother. Yet in moving to Ventanilla 20 years ago, she had to overcome significant challenges. “When I came for the first time, it was all just sand, there were no services.” She left behind a troubled family situation, fought for four months to obtain her plot of land, and moved with her children. At first, without water, sanitation and electricity, sand would constantly get mixed into her food. Today, she is proud to have her recipe published in “Recipes from Peru to combat anaemia” and her wish is to continue delighting people with her preparations.  Photo: WFP/Jorge Huaman
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Peru, Almirante Grau, Ventanilla (Lima), 11 February 2016  FamilyChef: Sangrecita From Peru  Welcome to FamilyChef, the recipe series of the World Food Programme (WFP).   Iron-rich sangrecita, quick and easy to prepare, is ideal for anyone suffering from anaemia.   SARITA RIVERA, 41, lives with her four children in the settlement of Almirante Grau, in Ventanilla, Lima, Peru. Sarita works as a cook in a buffet restaurant and volunteers to help people in her community. Sarita is one of the winners of the contest organized by the World Food Programme and Cordon Bleu to promote affordable recipes to help combat anaemia. She created a “pimiento relleno”, a stuffed pepper dish whose main ingredient is "sangrecita" (iron-rich chicken blood). In her spare time Sarita likes to shop for cooking supplies and proudly cooks for the benefit of her family and her community, a skill she learned from her step-mother. Yet in moving to Ventanilla 20 years ago, she had to overcome significant challenges. “When I came for the first time, it was all just sand, there were no services.” She left behind a troubled family situation, fought for four months to obtain her plot of land, and moved with her children. At first, without water, sanitation and electricity, sand would constantly get mixed into her food. Today, she is proud to have her recipe published in “Recipes from Peru to combat anaemia” and her wish is to continue delighting people with her preparations.  Photo: WFP/Jorge Huaman
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Peru, Almirante Grau, Ventanilla (Lima), 11 February 2016  FamilyChef: Sangrecita From Peru  Welcome to FamilyChef, the recipe series of the World Food Programme (WFP).   Iron-rich sangrecita, quick and easy to prepare, is ideal for anyone suffering from anaemia.   SARITA RIVERA, 41, lives with her four children in the settlement of Almirante Grau, in Ventanilla, Lima, Peru. Sarita works as a cook in a buffet restaurant and volunteers to help people in her community. Sarita is one of the winners of the contest organized by the World Food Programme and Cordon Bleu to promote affordable recipes to help combat anaemia. She created a “pimiento relleno”, a stuffed pepper dish whose main ingredient is "sangrecita" (iron-rich chicken blood). In her spare time Sarita likes to shop for cooking supplies and proudly cooks for the benefit of her family and her community, a skill she learned from her step-mother. Yet in moving to Ventanilla 20 years ago, she had to overcome significant challenges. “When I came for the first time, it was all just sand, there were no services.” She left behind a troubled family situation, fought for four months to obtain her plot of land, and moved with her children. At first, without water, sanitation and electricity, sand would constantly get mixed into her food. Today, she is proud to have her recipe published in “Recipes from Peru to combat anaemia” and her wish is to continue delighting people with her preparations.  Photo: WFP/Jorge Huaman
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Peru, Almirante Grau, Ventanilla (Lima), 11 February 2016  FamilyChef: Sangrecita From Peru  Welcome to FamilyChef, the recipe series of the World Food Programme (WFP).   Iron-rich sangrecita, quick and easy to prepare, is ideal for anyone suffering from anaemia.   SARITA RIVERA, 41, lives with her four children in the settlement of Almirante Grau, in Ventanilla, Lima, Peru. Sarita works as a cook in a buffet restaurant and volunteers to help people in her community. Sarita is one of the winners of the contest organized by the World Food Programme and Cordon Bleu to promote affordable recipes to help combat anaemia. She created a “pimiento relleno”, a stuffed pepper dish whose main ingredient is "sangrecita" (iron-rich chicken blood). In her spare time Sarita likes to shop for cooking supplies and proudly cooks for the benefit of her family and her community, a skill she learned from her step-mother. Yet in moving to Ventanilla 20 years ago, she had to overcome significant challenges. “When I came for the first time, it was all just sand, there were no services.” She left behind a troubled family situation, fought for four months to obtain her plot of land, and moved with her children. At first, without water, sanitation and electricity, sand would constantly get mixed into her food. Today, she is proud to have her recipe published in “Recipes from Peru to combat anaemia” and her wish is to continue delighting people with her preparations.  Photo: WFP/Jorge Huaman
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Peru, Almirante Grau, Ventanilla (Lima), 11 February 2016  FamilyChef: Sangrecita From Peru  Welcome to FamilyChef, the recipe series of the World Food Programme (WFP).   Iron-rich sangrecita, quick and easy to prepare, is ideal for anyone suffering from anaemia.   SARITA RIVERA, 41, lives with her four children in the settlement of Almirante Grau, in Ventanilla, Lima, Peru. Sarita works as a cook in a buffet restaurant and volunteers to help people in her community. Sarita is one of the winners of the contest organized by the World Food Programme and Cordon Bleu to promote affordable recipes to help combat anaemia. She created a “pimiento relleno”, a stuffed pepper dish whose main ingredient is "sangrecita" (iron-rich chicken blood). In her spare time Sarita likes to shop for cooking supplies and proudly cooks for the benefit of her family and her community, a skill she learned from her step-mother. Yet in moving to Ventanilla 20 years ago, she had to overcome significant challenges. “When I came for the first time, it was all just sand, there were no services.” She left behind a troubled family situation, fought for four months to obtain her plot of land, and moved with her children. At first, without water, sanitation and electricity, sand would constantly get mixed into her food. Today, she is proud to have her recipe published in “Recipes from Peru to combat anaemia” and her wish is to continue delighting people with her preparations.  Photo: WFP/Jorge Huaman
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Peru, Almirante Grau, Ventanilla (Lima), 11 February 2016  FamilyChef: Sangrecita From Peru  Welcome to FamilyChef, the recipe series of the World Food Programme (WFP).   Iron-rich sangrecita, quick and easy to prepare, is ideal for anyone suffering from anaemia.   SARITA RIVERA, 41, lives with her four children in the settlement of Almirante Grau, in Ventanilla, Lima, Peru. Sarita works as a cook in a buffet restaurant and volunteers to help people in her community. Sarita is one of the winners of the contest organized by the World Food Programme and Cordon Bleu to promote affordable recipes to help combat anaemia. She created a “pimiento relleno”, a stuffed pepper dish whose main ingredient is "sangrecita" (iron-rich chicken blood). In her spare time Sarita likes to shop for cooking supplies and proudly cooks for the benefit of her family and her community, a skill she learned from her step-mother. Yet in moving to Ventanilla 20 years ago, she had to overcome significant challenges. “When I came for the first time, it was all just sand, there were no services.” She left behind a troubled family situation, fought for four months to obtain her plot of land, and moved with her children. At first, without water, sanitation and electricity, sand would constantly get mixed into her food. Today, she is proud to have her recipe published in “Recipes from Peru to combat anaemia” and her wish is to continue delighting people with her preparations.  Photo: WFP/Jorge Huaman
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Peru, Almirante Grau, Ventanilla (Lima), 04 September 2015  FamilyChef: Sangrecita From Peru  Welcome to FamilyChef, the recipe series of the World Food Programme (WFP).   Iron-rich sangrecita, quick and easy to prepare, is ideal for anyone suffering from anaemia.   SARITA RIVERA, 41, lives with her four children in the settlement of Almirante Grau, in Ventanilla, Lima, Peru. Sarita works as a cook in a buffet restaurant and volunteers to help people in her community. Sarita is one of the winners of the contest organized by the World Food Programme and Cordon Bleu to promote affordable recipes to help combat anaemia. She created a “pimiento relleno”, a stuffed pepper dish whose main ingredient is "sangrecita" (iron-rich chicken blood). In her spare time Sarita likes to shop for cooking supplies and proudly cooks for the benefit of her family and her community, a skill she learned from her step-mother. Yet in moving to Ventanilla 20 years ago, she had to overcome significant challenges. “When I came for the first time, it was all just sand, there were no services.” She left behind a troubled family situation, fought for four months to obtain her plot of land, and moved with her children. At first, without water, sanitation and electricity, sand would constantly get mixed into her food. Today, she is proud to have her recipe published in “Recipes from Peru to combat anaemia” and her wish is to continue delighting people with her preparations.  Photo: WFP/Claudia Gonzalez
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Peru, Cajamarca, 2003     Peruvian  women  peasant gather round to select the wheat crop after the harvest.    Photo: WFP/Photolibrary
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Peru, Nuevo Pachacutec, Ventanilla province, May 2004    James Morris, Executive Director of the World Food Programme visiting WFP projects in Peru.    Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Peru, Nuevo Pachacutec, Ventanilla province, May 2004    James Morris, Executive Director of the World Food Programme visiting WFP projects in Peru.    Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Peru, Nuevo Pachacutec, Ventanilla province, May 2004    James Morris, Executive Director of the World Food Programme visiting WFP projects in Peru.    Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Peru, Nuevo Pachacutec, Ventanilla province, May 2004    James Morris, Executive Director of the World Food Programme visiting WFP projects in Peru.    Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Peru, Nuevo Pachacutec, Ventanilla province, May 2004    James Morris, Executive Director of the World Food Programme visiting WFP projects in Peru.    Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Peru, Nuevo Pachacutec, Ventanilla province, May 2004    James Morris, Executive Director of the World Food Programme visiting WFP projects in Peru.    Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Peru, Nuevo Pachacutec, Ventanilla province, May 2004    James Morris, Executive Director of the World Food Programme visiting WFP projects in Peru.    Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Peru, Nuevo Pachacutec, Ventanilla province, May 2004    James Morris, Executive Director of the World Food Programme visiting WFP projects in Peru.    Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Peru, Nuevo Pachacutec, Ventanilla province, May 2004    James Morris, Executive Director of the World Food Programme visiting WFP projects in Peru.    Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Peru, Nuevo Pachacutec, Ventanilla province, May 2004    James Morris, Executive Director of the World Food Programme visiting WFP projects in Peru.    Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Peru, Solas y Unidas, Lima, May 2004    Portrait of beneficiaries during the visit of James Morris, Executive Director of the World Food Programme, to WFP projects in Peru.    Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Peru, Solas y Unidas, Lima, May 2004    James Morris, Executive Director of the World Food Programme visiting WFP projects in Peru.    Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Peru, Solas y Unidas, Lima, May 2004    James Morris, Executive Director of the World Food Programme visiting WFP projects in Peru.    Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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